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Availability of "New 32bit Offerings" for micro-boards
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gcmartin

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PostPosted: Sat 05 Oct 2013, 19:18    Post subject:  Availability of "New 32bit Offerings" for micro-boards  

Its no secret that ARM is moving toward 64bit processing. As such, it appears that some board and CPU vendors are looking at filling in 32bit market with additional solutions.

Arduino is moving from 8-bit processing to 32bit CPUs. These boards provide specialty programming as well as allows Arduino to charge after 32bit micro market where xPhones and xTablets currently rule.

Here's some articles:FYI

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PostPosted: Sun 06 Oct 2013, 02:01    Post subject: Re: Availability of "New 32bit Offerings" for micro-boards  

gcmartin wrote:


Arduino is moving from 8-bit processing to 32bit CPUs. These boards provide specialty programming as well as allows Arduino to charge after 32bit micro market where xPhones and xTablets currently rule.

Here's some articles:FYI


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